money equals status; no . . .

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel <<< I have plans on Monday to begin calling people in debt on my new campaign using a phone number for the law firm of George R. Tadross.  Por supuesto, this campaign is my best to date, and it represents my best effort to continue to earn money to pay my bills on the pedicab while putting energy into something bigger.  It seems nearly impossible to keep myself from NYC given my pleasure in pedicabbing, to call on a campaign with unproven results.  I predict I’ll get behind this campaign and call a couple of hours each week.  Time will tell.  I had two Korean passengers today, and they knew New York Golf Center is Korean owned.  They know this by hearsay among Koreans, and not by the way I know I am in a NYC Korean deli.  I have a priority C project with Amar Sandeep in India, and if we can score on increasing twitter followers, and selling the service on ebay – estoy muy feliz.  On at least two separate occasions I battled with members of the financial elite, and I continue to realize people with money often consider themselves high status, but they aren’t.  One man barked out how he flies private jets, and he insulted me, because I pedal a pedicab, and yet I remained composed while he lost it with insults and repetitive use of the eff word.  Members of the financial elite often fail when they get caught off their leash.  Money equals status; no, status equals status. >>> about me, use as an email address to comment without posting your email address, or login to gmail with password: anonymous123

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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2 Responses to money equals status; no . . .

  1. gershompesach says:

    George R. Tadross. Philadelphia attorney…
    I looked for his name on Not seeing it there, I enquire, does Mr Tadross hold a current license to practice law in Pennsylvania. Just the kind of rude & unapologetic enquiry an auditor wud make….
    Garry Pollack, CPA


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